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The treasure you seek is nestled along the Bow River in the southeast. This area was once used for gravel mining and is now a good example of a riverine deciduous forest.
Near the treasure is a balsam poplar that is over 100 years old. Closer yet you will find a pond surrounded by trees, with beavers, birds, and other wildlife that call this place home.
Take a walk down the path along the pond and look out for a place to rest your feet next to a small tree whose leaves are all gone. Look off in the trees and you will find the treasure.